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- Treating the Most Common Skin Cancers: Mohs SurgeryMay 30
One of the most effective treatments for skin cancer is Mohs surgery, but many who might benefit from this type of surgery don't know what it is, even though the procedure dates back to the 1930s.
- February is Heart Month: Love Your HeartFebruary 16
Dr. Mark Creager, director of Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Heart and Vascular Center offers advice on how to prevent heart disease and improve outcomes.
- Dartmouth-Hitchcock Doctors, Researchers Addressing the Root Causes of the Opioid EpidemicFebruary 16
Doctors at Dartmouth-Hitchcock are working to improve how opioid medications are prescribed.
- CTE: Chronic Traumatic EncephalopathyBy Dr. Jonathan Lichtenstein | February 5
Dr. Jonathan Lichtenstein, explains what science currently knows about Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.
- Purple Pod Treats Pregnant Patients with Substance Misuse DisordersBy Bonnie Barber | January 10
To provide greater care continuity, D-H's OB/GYN division recently launched "Purple Pod," a special weekly clinic for patients with pregnancies complicated by substance misuse disorders.
- Spotlight on New Leaders of the Jack Byrne Center for Palliative & Hospice CareNovember 21
Ruth Thomson, DO, MBA, and Melissa Garland, BSN, RN, explain the care that will be delivered by the Jack Byrne Center staff and why they're excited to lead the team.